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If you were suddenly faced with a household emergency, such as a burst pipe, faulty boiler or broken windows, it can be expensive to repair, replace or call in assistance to help fix the problem. With Home Emergency Insurance you can pay as little as £6.99 a month and have peace of mind that should something go wrong under your roof, it’s covered.
Our lifestyle insurance partners, Insurancefair, can provide our customers with fantastic home emergency cover including some of these benefits:
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Following the effects of Storm Nate that has impacted Costa Rica, Nicaragua and Honduras, we at Insurancewith would like offer our condolences to those affected and to clarify what cover may be available.
Monarch Travel Group ceased trading as of 4 am 2nd October 2017 due to their Atol License not being renewed by the Civil Aviation Authority. For any passengers affected by the failure of the Monarch Group in the first instance you need to follow the advice of the CAA as per the following link: https://monarch.caa.co.uk/
If you’ve been on Facebook or Twitter recently, it’s likely that you’ve seen or heard of Macmillan’s latest campaign asking for fairer travel insurance for cancer patients.
At Insurancewith, we enjoy going above and beyond for our customers. We’ve previously written about how our products help people like you get away for those all-important breaks, but as we hit peak holiday season we thought it was important to show you where the £1 from every policy donation goes.
One in seven people in the UK are diagnosed with cancer every single day but when those statistics become part of your personal reality, you’re thrown into the rollercoaster of working to get better, and have to deal with physical and emotional effects as an additional blow. And cancer doesn’t finish when the treatment does.